Possible Jacksonville Jaguars Milestones in Today's Game Against the New England Patriots

We take a look at some potential milestones in today's game courtesy of NFL Media.

 

WHAT TO WATCH FOR: WEEK 3 AT NEW ENGLAND

 

With the a win…

·         The Jaguars would improve to 148-174 all-time

·         The Jaguars would improve to 60-99 on the road

·         The Jaguars would improve to 103-119 for 1:00 p.m. kickoffs

·         The Jaguars would improve to 1-6 against New England in the regular season

·         The Jaguars would improve to 11-16 against the AFC East

·         The Jaguars would improve to 34-40 in the month of September

 

DL Tyson Alualu:

·         Made his first career reception in Week 2 vs. Miami while lined up at FB

·         Has played in all 82 games since being drafted by the Jaguars in the first round (10th overall) of the 2010 NFL Draft

·         Two sacks shy of 15.0 for his career

·         One tackle for loss shy of 20 for his career

 

P Bryan Anger:

·         Has played in all 50 games since being drafted in the third round (70th overall) of the 2012 NFL Draft

·         Ranks first in franchise history in career gross punting average (46.9) and career net punting average (40.6)

·         Eight punts shy of 300 for his career

·         Needs 10 punts inside the 20 for 100 in his career

 

LG Zane Beadles:

·         Sixth-year veteran has not missed a game in his career, starting 80 of 82 games

 

QB Blake Bortles:

·         Had a 100-plus passer rating (102.2) for the first time in his career in Week 2 vs. Miami

·         Will make his 16th career start on Sunday at New England

·         Has rushed for 25-plus yards in four straight games entering Week 3 at New England

·         Threw for 250-plus yards for the fourth time in his career (273) in Week 2 vs. Miami

·         Seeking his 5th career win as the starting quarterback

 

FS Sergio Brown:

·         Spent two seasons with the Patriots (26 games, 3 starts) after being signed by New England as an undrafted rookie free agent in 2010

·         In his last regular season game against the Patriots, made seven tackles on 11/16/14 in Week 11 of the 2014 season as a member of the Indianapolis Colts

 

DE Chris Clemons:

·         Will appear in his 149th career game on Sunday at New England

·         In his only regular season game against the Patriots, registered five tackles, including one sack on 10/14/12 in Week 6 of the 2014 season as a member of the Seattle Seahawks

·         Ranks tied-sixth in NFL history among undrafted players with 67.0 career sacks

·         His 67.0 career sacks are the second-most among active undrafted players (James Harrison, Pittsburgh, 71.5)

·         Has 12 career multi-sack games (last: 11/24/14 at Indianapolis, 3.0 sacks)

·         Is tied for the league lead with nine forced fumbles on the road since 2010 (Cincinnati’s Carlos Dunlap, 9)

·         His 31.0 sacks on the road since 2010 are the third-most in the NFL

 

SS Johnathan Cyprien:

·         Needs one pass defensed for 10 in his career

·         Needs 37 tackles for 250 in his career

 

DE Ryan Davis:

·         Needs 2.5 sacks for 10 in his career

·         Needs one pass defensed for five in his career

 

FS Josh Evans:

·         Needs four tackles for 150 in his career

 

RB Toby Gerhart:

·         Needs three receptions for 100 in his career

·         Looking to make his 2015 debut after being inactive in the first two games (abdomen injury)

 

RB Corey Grant:

·         Has returned three career kickoffs for 86 yards (28.7 ret. avg.), including a career long of 40 yards in Week 1 vs. Carolina

·         Made his first career rushing attempt in Week 2 vs. Miami for a one-yard gain

 

CB Dwayne Gratz:

·         Needs 11 tackles for 100 in his career

·         Needs three passes defensed for 15 in his career

 

TE Clay Harbor:

·         Needs three receptions for 100 in his career

 

CB Davon House:

·         Needs 23 tackles for 100 in his career

·         Has registered 10-plus passes defensed in three consecutive seasons entering 2015. Enters Week 3 vs. New England with one pass defensed on the season.

 

WR Allen Hurns:

·         Is the only player on the team with multiple 100-yard receiving performances for the Jaguars since 2014 (112 and two TDs on 11/2/14 at CIN and 110 and two TDs on 9/7/14 at PHI).

·         Has registered four-plus receptions and 60-plus receiving yards in both games in 2015 (Week 1: 5 receptions for 60 yards, Week 2: 4 receptions for 68 yards)

 

DT Abry Jones:

·         Needs two tackles for 50 in his career

·         Needs one tackle for loss for five in his career

 

WR Marqise Lee:

·         Will appear in his 15th career game in Week 3 at New England

·         Needs 11 receptions for 50 in his career

·         Needs 51 receiving yards for 500 in his career

 

TE Marcedes Lewis:

·         Needs 21 receptions to surpass Maurice Jones-Drew (335) and move into third on the Jaguars all-time receptions list (currently at 315 career receptions)

·         Needs four receiving TDs to surpass Keenan McCardell (30) and move into second on the Jaguars all-time receiving TDs list (currently at 27 career receiving TDs)

·         Has 33 receptions of 25-plus yards, the third-most in team history (McCardell ranks second with 40)

 

DT Sen’Derrick Marks:

·         Needs 4.5 sacks for 20.0 in his career

·         Needs three passes defensed for 20 in his career

 

DT Roy Miller:

·         Needs 0.5 sacks for 5.0 in his career

·         Needs one tackle for loss for five in his career

 

K Jason Myers:

·         First-year kicker has made 4-of-5 career field goals (80%), including a career-long 58-yarder in Week 2 vs. Miami

 

DL Jared Odrick:

·         Needs 2.5 sacks for 20.0 in his career

·         Registered a sack-fumble in Week 2 vs. Miami on QB Ryan Tannehill, marking his third consecutive season with a forced fumble

·         Needs one tackle for loss to have a tackle for loss in all six seasons of his NFL career

 

RT Jermey Parnell:

·         Will make his 10th career start in Week 3 at New England

 

LB Paul Posluszny:

·         Needs three passes defensed for 35 in his career

·         Needs two forced fumbles for 10 in his career

·         Needs 3.0 sacks for 15 in his career

·         Has registered seven-plus tackles in 23 of the last 24 games

 

LB LaRoy Reynolds:

·         Led the team with 10 special teams tackles in 2014; registered two special teams tackles in Week 2 vs. Miami

 

WR Allen Robinson:

·         Posted a career-high 155 receiving yards and two TDs on six receptions (25.8 rec. avg.) in Week 2 vs. Miami

·         Looking for back-to-back games with six-plus receptions for the first time in his career

·         Has made four-plus receptions in 10 of the last 11 games (one reception in Week 1 vs. Carolina)

·         Looking for receiving TDs in back-to-back games for the second time in his career (Week 7 vs. CLE and Week at CIN in 2014)

 

OLB Dan Skuta:

·         12 tackles shy of 100 for his career

·         3.5 sacks shy of 10.0 for his career

 

OLB Telvin Smith:

·         Has registered nine-plus tackles in four consecutive games entering Week 3 at New England

·         Leads the NFL with 81 tackles since becoming the full-time starting OLB for the Jaguars in Week 12 of the 2014 season

·         Has made five-plus tackles in eight consecutive games entering Week 3 at New England

·         Needs eight tackles for 125 in his career

 

C Stefen Wisniewski:

·         Has started all 63 games in which he’s played since entering the league as a second-round (48th overall) draft selection by Oakland in 2011.

 

RB T.J. Yeldon:

·         Has rushed for 50-plus yards in both games to begin his NFL career

·         Has registered three receptions in back-to-back games to begin his NFL career

·         Ranks third among rookies with 121 rushing yards (WAS’ Matt Jones leads all rookies with 189 yards through three games; Thursday Night Football in Week 3)

·         His 37 carries entering Week 3 at New England are the most by a rookie in 2015


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